Schools, Homes, and Institutions before the Turn-of-the-Century

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Norcross Home now Clark University
Two congregational churches: Central (Romanesque) and Union (Gothic) - the buildings and their congregations.
Worcester Women's Club and Tuckerman Hall 1902 (Adamesque Revival), Josephine Wright Chapman, Boston, architect. Cultural programs.
Patrons and Industrialists and their homes: Norcross, "Fairlawn" Romanesque picturesque. Norcross firm major contractors in Northeast, including St. Matthews.
City Hall: Worcester's Renaissance Palace

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